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Linux-Toolbox is an open-source program (GNU General Public License v3) made by Devyn Collier Johnson. The program was first released in August 2014 as closed-source proprietary software. However, the program is now open-source and freely available.
Linux-Toolbox lists information about the system in a GTK3-based window. The program can also be used to diagnose the source of network issues by using the "Ping" tab. The "Ping" tab lists IP addresses that were pinged and if the ping was successful or not.
The XDG "*.desktop" file can be placed in /usr/share/applications/ or ~/.local/share/applications/, thus adding the program to the desktop environment's menus. However, the program must be placed in a directory listed in the system's path (i.e. $PATH).
NOTE: Python3 and psutil (a Python module) are required. To install "psutil", install it via pip using Root privileges -
pip3 install psutil
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